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  • Google Scores Legal Victory as Judge Rejects Antitrust Claims

    A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit accusing Google of forcing handset makers that use the Android operating system to make its own applications the default option. Consumers claimed that Google required companies such as Samsung and HTC to give its own apps, such as YouTube and Google Search, preferential treatment on Android-powered phones, and restrict rival apps suc ...

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  • Facebook Can Now Track Online Searches Out of App

    Facebook has updated its privacy policy to say that it can now track your every move, even when you're logged out of the app. Facebook's latest policy change will come as a knife in the heart to the privacy-aware, as the new policy allows the website to gather data about you from across the internet, including online searches and details shared with online reta ...

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  • Google CEO Predicts the Internet Will "Disappear"

    Google chief executive (CEO) Eric Schmidt has predicted that the Internet as we know it today will disappear in the future. Schmidt said at the World Economic Forum in Davos that the Internet could become a thing of the past as online connections become ever smarter and personalized thanks to the growth of the Internet of Things.

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  • Google to be 'Broken Up' in Europe in Bid to End Search Monopoly

    The European parliament is reportedly going to call for Google to be broken up into separate companies in a vote next week, in a bid to combat the online firm's dominance. Google has long found itself tied up in European investigations. Currently, the firm is involved in an antitrust investigation into its Android operating system, along with the ongoing case regarding its d ...

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  • Google's Profits Decline as It Spends Heavily in Q3

    Google reported third-quarter profits of $2.8 billion (£1.7 billion) last week, down 5 percent from the same period a year earlier and falling short of analyst expectations. While revenues increased by 20 percent year-on-year to $16.52 billion, Google's profits took a battering, which has been credited to increased spending at the company.

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  • Greggs Falls Victim to Google Search Image Gaffe

    Greggs The Bakers is the latest to fall victim to a dodgy Google algorithm, as a search for the British pastry shop chain on the search engine this week retrieved an altered version of the company logo. In fact, Google users who searched for "Greggs" found the company profile was accompanied by a logo that reads, "Greggs. Providing sh*t to scum for over 70 years.

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